Trump Comes In For The Sack When Asked About Mueller’s Probe: ‘This Investigation Is A Total Witch Hunt & A Disgrace’

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President Trump interviewed Sunday morning ahead of the Super Bowl with CBS‘s Margaret Brennan where they discussed a wide range of subjects.

One particular question asked was focused on whether Trump would make special counsel Robert Mueller’s report public. (Video Below)

President Trump has said repeatedly that Mueller’s probe is a “witch hunt,” further adding that it’s a terrible thing that’s happened to the country.

During Sunday’s interview, Trump explained, “When you look at General Flynn, he wasn’t lying, but Robert Mueller said he was. They took a man and destroyed his life.”

The President pushed back and asked, “Why didn’t they go after Hillary Clinton for her emails? 33,000 emails that were deleted after receiving a subpoena from Congress….”

Margaret Brennan interrupted President Trump when he was exposing Crooked Hillary. Democrats still remain to cover for her corruption. (Video Below)

“And according to the special counsel, they were posted on Wikileaks and your friend Roger Stone was indicted for his involvement….” Brennan said.

“First of all, Roger Stone didn’t work on the campaign, except way, way at the beginning. Long before we’re talking about.” Trump said as he corrected her.

He continued, “Roger is someone I’ve always liked. A lot of people like Roger. Some people probably don’t like Roger. Roger is someone I’ve always liked. Roger is a character. But, I don’t know if you know this or not: Roger was not on my campaign at the beginning.” (Video Below)

Asked if he would pardon Roger Stone, the President said he hasn’t thought about it. “It looks like he’s defending himself very well.”

Trump further said, “You have to get rid of the Russia witch hunt. There has been no President that has been tougher on Russia than Donald Trump.”

When asked if he would make the Mueller report public, President Trump responded that it’s up to the Attorney General.

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Trump explained that the Mueller report had nothing to do with the campaign according to the Mueller report. “It doesn’t implicate me in any way. There was no collusion, there was no obstruction, there was no nothing– doesn’t implicate me in any way. But, I think it’s a disgrace!”

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